Tribe to have Tremie manage Double-A squad

Tribe to have Tremie manage Double-A squad

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- The Indians unveiled their player development staff assignments for the upcoming season on Monday during Day 1 of the Winter Meetings at the Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort.

Among the changes, Chris Tremie will manage Double-A Akron after leading the Arizona League Indians a year ago. Cleveland will also have two managerial debuts on the farm, with Dave Wallace managing Class A (short-season Mahoning Valley) and Anthony Medrano managing the Tribe's Arizona League affiliate.

Mike Sarbaugh (Triple-A Columbus), Aaron Holbert (high Class A Kinston) and Ted Kubiak (Class A Lake Country) will remain in the respective managerial roles they held a season ago.

2011 staff assignments

Field coordinator: Dave Hudgens
Pitching coordinator: Dave Miller
Pitching advisor: Ken Rowe
Hitting coordinator: Bruce Fields
Outfield/baserunning coordinator: Gary Thurman
Fielding coordinator: Travis Fryman
Catching coordinator: Dave Wallace
Advisor, Latin America operations: Minnie Mendoza
Advisor, player development: Jhonny Goryl
Strength and conditioning coordinator: Jake Beiting
Mental skills coordinator: Julio Rangel
Cultural development: Lino Diaz

Triple-A Columbus

Manager: Mike Sarbaugh
Pitching coach: Ruben Niebla
Hitting coach: Lee May Jr.
Athletic trainer: Michael Salazar

Double-A Akron

Manager: Chris Tremie
Pitching coach: Tony Arnold
Coach: Rouglas Odor
Athletic trainer: Chad Wolfe

Class A (high) Kinston

Manager: Aaron Holbert
Pitching coach: Mickey Callaway
Coach: Phil Clark
Athletic trainer: Jeremy Heller

Class A Lake County

Manager: Ted Kubiak
Pitching coach: Jeff Harris
Coach: Jim Rickon
Athletic trainer: TBD

Class A (short) Mahoning Valley

Manager: Dave Wallace
Pitching coach: Gregg Hibbard
Coach: TBD
Athletic trainer: Bobby Ruiz

AZL (rookie) Indians

Manager: Anthony Medrano
Coach: Junior Betances
Coach: Dennis Malave
Athletic trainer: Teddy Blackwell

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